Japan is addressing its 'death by overwork' problem with long weekends once a month

The Japanese government hopes as many businesses as possible sign up for the Premium Friday policy. It already has won the support of Keidanren, a major business lobby in Japan, which encouraged 1,300 other businesses in a recent memo to follow suit.
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